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The American flag on display at the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center's Spruance Hall in Louisville, Tenn., is last flown July 29, 1986, at the first reveille of NCO academy class 86-3. The flag took a 16-year journey to fly over the capitols of every state and territory in the United States. It was sent out by NCO academy class 71-1. (U.S. Air National Guard file photo/released)  Center displays a journeyed Stars and Stripes
The National Flag Day Foundation reports that Flag Day, soon a 100-year-old American observance, was first proclaimed May 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson. The Stars and Stripes, in their birth by congress, however, were adopted June 14, 1777, and that's the day we observe it. This year, it's on a Tuesday. U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned at the I.G.
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MCGHEE TYSON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Tenn. - Maj. Edmund C. Morrisey, commander and commandant of the Air National Guard's first professional military education center, awards the NCO academy class 69-D honor flight ribbon to Flight B near the flight line here in 1969. The retired colonel served as commander for more than 15 years of what is today's I.G. Brown Training and Education Center.  (U.S. Air Force file photo/Released) For a retired colonel, the NCOA Hall of Fame
The umpteenth time that he drove here to the I.G. Brown Training and Education Center, retired Col. Edmund C. Morrisey arrived early to exercise among the other retirees and Airmen in Wilson Hall. He parked in his usual parking spot and wished good mornings to passersby.The 86-year-old Morrisey then walked on the treadmill, pulled on the rowing
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